Her primary areas of investigation include Developmental psychology, Theory of mind, Autism, Social cognition and Cognition. Her work on Prosocial behavior as part of general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to Occupational safety and health, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her research integrates issues of Cognitive psychology, Social psychology, Association and Child development in her study of Theory of mind.
In the subject of general Social psychology, her work in Cross-cultural studies is often linked to Mental state, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Her work in the fields of Autism, such as Asperger syndrome and Autism spectrum disorder, overlaps with other areas such as Task analysis. In her research, Empathy is intimately related to Social skills, which falls under the overarching field of Social cognition.
Virginia Slaughter mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Theory of mind, Cognitive psychology, Social cognition and Autism. Virginia Slaughter combines subjects such as Cognitive development, Cognition and Perception with her study of Developmental psychology. When carried out as part of a general Theory of mind research project, her work on False belief is frequently linked to work in Mental state, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Her work investigates the relationship between Cognitive psychology and topics such as Imitation that intersect with problems in Social learning and Longitudinal study. Virginia Slaughter interconnects Empathy and Feeling in the investigation of issues within Social cognition. Her study in Autism is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Intervention, Social relation and Social skills.
Developmental psychology, Theory of mind, Cognitive psychology, Social cognition and Imitation are her primary areas of study. Developmental psychology is closely attributed to Longitudinal study in her research. Virginia Slaughter has researched Theory of mind in several fields, including Popularity, Social psychology, Prosocial behavior and Autism, Autism spectrum disorder.
Her Cognitive psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Embodied cognition and Contrast. Her Social cognition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Empathy, Cognitive science, Cross-cultural studies and Unconscious mind. Her studies in Imitation integrate themes in fields like Mirror neuron and Human–computer interaction.
Virginia Slaughter spends much of her time researching Theory of mind, Developmental psychology, Social cognition, Cognitive psychology and Cognition. The Theory of mind study combines topics in areas such as Longitudinal study, Conversation, Association and Child development. The study incorporates disciplines such as Popularity and Social psychology in addition to Developmental psychology.
Her research in Social psychology intersects with topics in False belief and Developmental stage theories. Virginia Slaughter interconnects Implicit personality theory and Personal construct theory in the investigation of issues within Cognitive psychology. Virginia Slaughter has included themes like Perspective-taking, Cognitive science and Unconscious mind in her Cognition study.
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Young Children's Understanding of Changes in Their Mental States.
Alison Gopnik;Virginia Slaughter.
Child Development (1991)
Whose gaze will infants follow? The elicitation of gaze-following in 12-month-olds
Susan Johnson;Virginia Slaughter;Susan Carey.
Developmental Science (1998)
Theory of mind and peer acceptance in preschool children
Virginia Slaughter;Michelle J. Dennis;Michelle Pritchard.
British Journal of Development Psychology (2002)
Culture and the Sequence of Steps in Theory of Mind Development
Ameneh Shahaeian;Candida C. Peterson;Virginia Slaughter;Henry M. Wellman.
Developmental Psychology (2011)
Individual Differences in Theory of Mind : Implications for Typical and Atypical Development
Betty Repacholi;Virginia Slaughter.
Unknown Journal (2003)
Conceptual coherence in the child's theory of mind: training children to understand belief.
Virginia Slaughter;Alison Gopnik.
Child Development (1996)
The Mind Behind the Message: Advancing Theory‐of‐Mind Scales for Typically Developing Children, and Those With Deafness, Autism, or Asperger Syndrome
Candida C. Peterson;Henry M. Wellman;Virginia Slaughter.
Child Development (2012)
Opening windows into the mind: mothers’ preferences for mental state explanations and children’s theory of mind
Candida Peterson;Virginia Slaughter.
Cognitive Development (2003)
Mind What Mother Says: Narrative Input and Theory of Mind in Typical Children and Those on the Autism Spectrum
Virginia Slaughter;Candida C. Peterson;Emily Mackintosh.
Child Development (2007)
Comprehensive Longitudinal Study Challenges the Existence of Neonatal Imitation in Humans.
Janine Oostenbroek;Janine Oostenbroek;Thomas Suddendorf;Mark Nielsen;Mark Nielsen;Jonathan Redshaw.
Current Biology (2016)
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